South Sudan’s civil war rages, bringing complaints of abuses

South Sudan’s army is steadily capturing more rebel-held territory, even as peace talks try to find a resolution to the country’s nearly four-year-old civil war. As the army gains ground, complaints are growing that both sides are committing atrocities against civilians. The Associated Press recently spoke with eight rebel soldiers who had been on the

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Sudan: Al-Bashir Reiterates Firmness of Sudan Relations With BRICS Countries

President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir has underscored strength of Sudan relations with BRICS countries and Sudan keenness to boost cooperation with the members of the group in a way that serves the common interest in all fields. The President was informed during meeting with the Deputy Chairman of the Higher Committee on

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Sudan: Economist – Concern Must Be Given to Transport for Its Connection With Socio-Economic Development

The Associate Professor at the University of Khartoum and Economic Expert Mustafa Khojaly has urged that concern must be given to the different means of transport, particularly the railway for its connection to socio-economic development in the societies. He said, in the forum entitled (The Impact of Transportation on the Sustainable Development” organized Thursday by

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South Sudan seeks to avoid military clash with ex-army chief

Minister of Information Michael Makuei told journalists on Tuesday evening that they were giving room for further contacts and intervention to avoid military confrontation in the capital. “Talks are going on because we don’t want this thing to be handled militarily. Under normal circumstances it would have been a question of moving in the tanks

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